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- To: udanax@xxxxxxxxxx, xanadu@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: Greetings
- From: Andrew Pam <xanni@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 22:13:54 +1100
- In-reply-to: <0GPO00KDNW18O1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; from henry@xxxxxxxx on Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 12:43:23PM -0800
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On 1/9/02 12:23:33 PM, Billy Tanksley <btanksley@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This is a little off-topic, but have you guys checked out the 'royalty'
> system in Mojonation (http://www.mojonation.net)? Essentially, they
> created a system whereby you pay using an invented currency, called
> 'mojo'. Mojo can be produced by anyone, but it has value according
> to what it can be used for; Mojonation itself produces one currency,
> which is of use to pay for their services, while a bandwidth provider
> could produce another to provide for its services. Like real currency,
> exchange rates would form, some mojo would be universally acceptable
> (and thus act as money) while others would trade at a discount. You can
> pay for content, storage, transport, processing time, almost anything
> the network can offer.
On Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 12:43:23PM -0800, Henry at ProZ wrote:
> ProZ.com uses a point system called browniz, which
> translators can earn, by doing things for the community (like
> uploading glossaries), and can use, to access community
> services (like online glossaries).
> Among other things, these new currencies will allow us,
> perhaps for the first time, to quantify the relationship between
> brownie points and mojo.
Hee! I am indeed aware of MojoNation, but thank you for drawing my
attention to ProZ.com. I recently discovered another very promising
distributed network with a credit system, GNet:
Share and enjoy,
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